One day, a juvenile White-throated Sparrow hit our cabin window. We quickly took it off the ground and put it in a small cloth bag (for birds), waited for it to gain conscious, then my co-worker Kat released it back to wherever it belong. It didn't want to fly away right away but did soon afterwards.
It was always strange to see a woodpecker hanging on a Mullein looking for insects.
Beautiful Gentians growing on our site
Halloween Pennant picking off small insects in the air and eating them right in front of me.
Two things that all of us will miss about our site, the sunrise and sunset.
One night, lightening kept flickering on-and-off behind the clouds, as if someone forgot to fix the light bulb in the sky. Amazing night.